Tag Archives: Stephen Harper

Please stop picking on the arts so I can sleep

by DJ Kelly November 20, 2008

Is anyone else tired? Or is it just me? I’m an arts advocate (among other things – don’t try to define me!) and it turns out that has been about as busy a person as you could be lately. First I was run off my keester during the Federal election because the PM decided to […]

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New Heritage Minister, empahsis on the "new"

by DJ Kelly October 30, 2008

James Moore, star of this blog’s most popular post of all time, has been named the new Canadian Heritage Minister. He is best known for being one of the youngest MPs and Ministers in history – he’s 32 now – as well as being the MP who caused a stir last year by being vilified […]

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Real winners and real losers

by DJ Kelly October 15, 2008

Congratulations to the Conservatives on another minority government. Many consider Stephen Harper’s team’s performance tonight a decisive victory, others will no doubt call it a major loss. So without further adieu I cut through the punditry and give you my ‘real winners and real losers’ of Federal Election 2008: Honourable Mentions:Winner: Toronto Conservatives. Just when […]

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Rumour mill churning on The Bow

by DJ Kelly January 15, 2008

I think I like the new banner up there at the top of the ol’ blog. I like the look of downtown Calgary in the future. It reminds me of the opening credits of “Dallas” for some reason though. I’m not sure if that’s a good thing or not yet… Anyway, I when I first […]

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Harper: Dalia Lama is "not a call girl". K, thanks, Steve.

by DJ Kelly December 24, 2007

Seems how it is Christmas eve I wanted to give all of you left-leaning readers out there a little gift. Stephen Harper usually comes across as a a very smart man and yet many equate his politics to being up the same alley as George Bush, a man who – how shall we say this […]

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